Apr 07, 2011 — 9 comments
Every developer, at one point in time, will run into a situation where they need to display a small amount of dynamic data. Why create a whole database? Enter the magical world of XML. Here you’ll learn how to use PHP and XML to randomly generate HTML content.
One of the best ways to speed up your web application is to enable query caching in your database, which caches commonly used SQL queries in memory for virtually instant access by the next page that makes the same request. The reason this method is so powerful is that you don’t have to make any changes to your web application, you just have to sacrifice a little bit of memory. This isn’t going to fix all of your problems, but it definitely can’t hurt.
This tutorial shows you how to use PHP to return a JSON object to a client.
This tutorial will cover the basics of joining tables in mysql
This is a common question we all get in most languages is how to make an Authentication system. I won’t blab on for hours talking about Authentication or how to achieve what I’ve created in this tutorial as I’m sure you’ll all be wanting to grab the code and get it working in your site.
1. Code and File Organization 2. Utilities and Libraries 3. The MVC Pattern 4. Security 5. Less Code & Faster Development 6. Community Support 7. Job Opportunities 8. Performance Tools 9. Suitable for Teamwork 10. And It’s Fun!
In this episode we are going to build a User Signup Form following these steps: - We build a Login Form View and a Login Controller. - Learn about some URL Helpers. - Change the Default Controller. - Implement User Authentication. - Learn about Singleton Pattern and use it to improve our code design. - Learn about theSessions Library. - Implement User Logout.
Breadcrumb navigation is often overlooked in the design and development process. Some people may see it as unnecessary while others may feel it is too big of a hassle for what its worth. Fact of the matter is, breadcrumb navigation will greatly increase the usability of a website.
PHP is a widely used open source server side scripting language that is used to create dynamic and interactive web pages.
In this episode we are going to build a User Signup Form following these steps: - We build a “User” Model with Doctrine. - Learn about Mutators. - Create tables using Doctrine. - Remove index.php from CodeIgniter urls - Build and Style the Signup Form. - Learn about Helpers, Libraries and how to extend them. - Form Validation and checking for duplicates.
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